Presentation on theme: "CLINTON COMMUNITY SCHOOL DISTRICT. MISSION STATEMENT The Clinton Community School District, proud to be in partnership with family and community, is committed."— Presentation transcript:
MISSION STATEMENT The Clinton Community School District, proud to be in partnership with family and community, is committed to ensure that all students receive a solid education foundation in a safe environment that fosters and sustains lifelong learning and empowers students to be contributing members of our global society.
2014-2015 BUDGET TIMELINE November/December 2013 Review Timeline with Board Create Basic Budget Projections/Assumptions December 2013-August 2014 Administrative Meetings re: Staffing Staffing Adjustments January 2014 Review allocation parameters with principals Preliminary renewal of administrative contracts
BUDGET TIMELINE CONTINUED January – May 2014 RFPs for supplies, equipment, furnishings, services, etc. February 2014 Final renewal of administrative contracts OE application window opens Site Based Budget Allocations B & G Principals Special Education, including Flow Thru and Pre-School Curriculum Athletics/Activities Technology Business Services
BUDGET TIMELINE CONITNUED March 2014 Issue teacher contracts Purchasing procedures to principals and staff April 2014 Statutory Preliminary lay-off notice date for teachers (April 30) Draft 1 of preliminary budget prepared and shared with administrative team
BUDGET TIMELINE CONTINUED May 2014 Statutory Final lay-off notice date for teachers (May 15) Current year (2013-14) purchasing cut-off date (May 15) Preliminary budget draft 1 presented to BOE Preliminary budget draft 2 prepared and presented to administrative team New BOE members meet with administration for a budget “in-service” (if needed) June 2014 BOE reviews and approves preliminary budget (Draft 2) PO are processed after preliminary budget is approved
BUDGET TIMELINE CONTINUED July 2014 Fiscal year starts July 1 August 2014 Updated budget forecast and projections September 2014 First day of school (Sept. 2) Review of “Original Budget” for presentation at budget hearing 3 rd Friday enrollment count (Sept. 19) Adjustment of “Original Budget” based on enrollment data Update projections
BUDGET TIMELINE CONTINUED October 2014 Equalized property valuation report from the state (Oct. 1) Budget hearing notice published, with Draft Budget included (No later than Oct. 18) State equalization aid certification (Oct. 15) Annual Meeting and Budget Hearing (Oct. 27) November 2014 BOE certifies property tax levy (Nov. 3) Certified levy sent to municipalities and state December 2014 Budget report and Special Ed budget reports due to state
BASIC BUDGET ASSUMPTIONS PROGRAM/SERVICE ASSUMPTIONS 1. Education and Funding decisions will be FOCUSED on improving student learning and achievement. 2. The Budget shall be determined by the BOE based on: a. District Goals b. Legislative Mandates c. Input from the Staff and Community d. Available Resources
BASIC BUDGET ASSUMPTIONS FINANCIAL PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS 1. The District will make a concerted effort to provide a HIGH QUALITY EDUCATION for our students at an affordable rate for our taxpayers. 2. Every effort will be made to manage growth and/or reductions in spending patterns insofar as they can be controlled. 3. Non-personnel budget shall be budgeted using an allocation system with site based management.
BASIC BUDGET ASSUMPTIONS FINANCIAL PLANNING ASSUMPTIONS 4. The district will use state aid estimates as provided by the Dept. of Public Instruction. 5. The equalized property valuations will be estimated using 0% growth or decline and these valuations will be used to calculate a preliminary mill rate. 6. WI Act 10, WI Act 20, WI Act 32, WI Act 46 and budget amendments will be used in the development and calculation of cost controls and the school revenue limit.
BASIC BUDGET PROJECTIONS Student Enrollment Projections 2013-14 - 3 rd Friday Count = 1063 FTE 3 year average used for state aid = 1081 FTE 2014-15 - 3 rd Friday Count = 1054 FTE 3 year average used for state aid = 1074 FTE The projections are based off of a program purchased through Springsted that allows us to project 5 years out. *REMINDER THAT THESE ARE PROJECTIONS*
BASIC BUDGET PROJECTIONS Student Open Enrollment Projections 2013-14 – 135 OE In (December 4, 2013) 38 OE Out (December 4, 2013) Net of 97 OE ($6,485/student) = $629,045 2014-15 – 135 OE In 38 OE Out Net of 97 OE ($6,635/student) = $643,595 *REMINDER THAT THESE ARE PROJECTIONS*
BASIC BUDGET PROJECTIONS Revenue Limits 2013-14 = $10,898,815 This included $123,104 of Hold Harmless because of our drastically declining enrollment with the big drop between Fall of 2010 and Fall of 2011. State Categorical Aid ($75 * 1081) = $81,075 (one time-not guaranteed after 2014- 15) 2014-15 = $10,651,029 (a decrease of $247,786) State Categorical Aid ($150 * 1074) = $161,100 (one time-not guaranteed after 2014-15) We are looking at a total decrease of $167,761 in revenue limit and categorical aid.
BASIC BUDGET PROJECTIONS Staffing Addition of full time Director of Teaching, Learning and Assessment All other staffing projections are in the preliminary discussion stages. CPI (Consumer Price Index) is tentatively giving a mark of 1.54% that we would use for Base Wage Negotiations. Estimating between $50,000 - $90,000 based on CPI.